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Title: Grid-enabling Satellite Image Archive Prototype for UA Space Grid Testbed
Authors: Shelestov, Andrey
Lobunets, Alexander
Korbakov, Michael
Keywords: Grid
Distributed Systems
Parallel Computing
Satellite Data
Image Processing
File Archive
Programming Languages
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: The paper describes practical approach to implementation of satellite data archive using Globus Toolkit 4 components. The solutions consists in converting a hierarchy of remote data files available via FTP into Grid- enabled archive. All etries of such archive will be indexed using arbitrary but pre-defined XML schema. The information will be exposed via MDS4 Index service and the actual data will be exposed via GridFTP. The schema used in our solution is simple enough for understanding but in a real life applications we should use metadata standards such as ISO 19139 and ISO 19115 in particular. A working prototype of the archive described in this paper is deployed on the Grid testbed of Space Research Institute of National Academy of Science and National Space Agency of Ukraine (SRI-NASU-NSAU). The SRI-NASU-NSAU testbed is briefly described in this paper as well.
Description: * The work is partially supported by the grant of National Academy of Science of Ukraine for the support of scientific researches by young scientists No 24-7/05, " Розробка Desktop Grid-системи і оптимізація її продуктивності ”.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/824
ISSN: 1313-0463
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